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Title Facts Forum News, Vol. 4, No. 1, January 1955
Series Title Facts Forum News
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  • Facts Forum
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  • Evans, Medford
Publisher Facts Forum
Date January 1955
Language eng
Subject
  • Anti-communist movements
  • Conservatism
  • Politics and government
  • Hunt, H. L.
Place
  • Dallas, Texas
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  • journals (periodicals)
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  • Text
Identifier AP2.F146 v. 4 1955; OCLC: 1352973
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  • University of Houston Libraries
  • Facts Forum News
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Transcript 'cause they live , because the f icir orders, j , their taxes, 4 ition. pincers moveS^ an American hi' pincers wil nets, manned mericans. to de» mists and their \ iner heart of ' rm of the pijj which we rehl lg to the grand] I fathers. We «j ' our own bur<J emmental pyrslj mists extend "j r ]>eople. our starting :. But we have JUVENILE DELINQUENCY (Continued from Page 31) government or state or local ordinance censorship." Dr. Poling: "I oppose political censorship in any field—books, newspapers, pictures, period. I believe that the hope of an industry lies in the field of self- discipline and self-control and self-censorship." Where does the blame for youthful crime fall? Dr. Poling lays the blame at the door of the home. "I would say the home, the school, the church, the community ilsell —these are more- directly responsible than any of the media that would be represented here. It's easy enough for us to beg the question by blaming ^J comics, by blaming books, by blaming I tk„„» „„j:„ 0{ our puJ,][c ]ife and those media ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ggj thought that are quite incidental, per 1 ~ y""' day! 'laps' t0 me Prorj'em ltsei1- That does a. t.very 'J not mean that we should not move in ,n.ng in power" on ticulars." the men of Mo* v tn order to weaken the countries lhat communism has taken over, they have worked on the youth first," points out Ham Fisher. "Hitler did it; the Vommies' do it; and I think we are i" a greater danger than ever before. : there is some" It s not delinquency any more; it's crime, ica. 1 will no' juvenile crime, and this country has to be alerted to it." Reasserting that horror comics have been a contributing factor to youthful crime, Mr. Fisher also scores other mass media, pointing in particular to television, on which he finds "some pretty awful horror stuff. There's too much of ,H it; but th COUIU IIOl c -i heir "Til! °l ."^alA! has an awful lot "to "do "with juvenile ot the mater. ^ delinquency as do a lot of the other ink we van horror books on the stands that aren't "'™ "' Ame' comic books. And there are a lot of J otrier media that contribute." worth > What eSays Mr Go]dwater. "Juveniie delin. r l"'al"> "' .„ quency is an extremely complex prob- ineiiia were ' ,,,„, ;im| ^ |(.|i(|(.m.y ,Q Uam. „„. th.-1 If America 1 f.omi(, magazine .g a gim ,e though d nation win high]y I„IM.i(,nli|-i,.> solution. Tnere are rs forcing our V, virious sex.t books movics> an,i te]„. pules under ^ vision programs, s ing our fighting, magazines." trike—in Form' Arctic Circle H ALL IT COST* cannot, ory from the lA worth? Go ask, :. He knows frefl Is. even life V F war who tesl hat America I"1 ■ i . e%n» " > "ui mere s an FCC. You see. they f Far V ''ensor 'heir own stuff. Still, some aw- ,_...! i fu"y lurid stuff gels by, and 1 think it so don't pinpoint comic curlers to death, my to win bar*' What value have comic books , J other than entertainment? vhat you would 81 .u «f it, -wr- t,oldwater tire or a tenth of * ,)(>, ,f . .1 no matter wh»' " ;et. 0f l,ar' of our folklore. They have been II give a tithei usec] extensively by the Department of nts the case in industry: "In contemp- \nieiiea comic magazines are give a and resources Wj Stale in the cold war. Comics were lay, we ran \o° utilized during the second world war hour when the .j for psychological warfare behind enemy isl barbarity * , lines, and they played an important role rth, and Americ . in war bond solicitations. The Depart- before the wo \ ment of Defense has made use of the :rty in a world " -e- ' FACTS FORUM NEWS, January, 1955 NEWS, January, —Wide World Photo Dr. Daniel F. Poling medium in training manuals. Various associations have used comic magazines for health educational purposes." Pointing up the comics' economic importance to the nation, Mr. Goldwater says, "The sale of comic magazines ranges from 40 to 60 million copies a month, which is considerable when you figure that it's almost a billion a year. That's very big business." CHINA BLOCKADE (Continued from Page S) Bibliography 1 "Another Long Step from Civilization," Editorial, Los Angeles Times, Nov. 27, 1954. 2 "American Protest Rejected by China," Dallas Morning News, Nov. 29, 1954. 3 "Blockade Urged on Red China," Dallas Times Herald, Nov. 28, 1954. 1 "Blockading Red China Would Be Act of War," Dallas Morning News, Dec. 1, 1954. ■'Human Events, Nov. 21, 1951. 6 "Defeal al Panmunjom," Freeman, Aug. 25, 1952, p. 803. '"Red China Mask Comes Off," U. S. News & World Report, Nov. 6, 1953, p. 25. 8 "Truce Without Victory," U. S. Nous & World Report, June 5, 1953, pp. 32-35. 9 "Memo from Panmunjom," U. S. News & World Report, May 8, 1953, pp. 81-83. 10 "A Korean Chronology," UN Bulletin. Aug, 1, 1953, pp. 112-122. 11 "Why Are the Communists Still Holding American Soldiers and Marines?" by John Fox, Boston Post, Apr. 28, 1954. 12 "U. S. Accused of Hiding POW List." Boston Post, June 16, 1954. 13 "How Soft Can We Get?" Boston Post, June 22, 1954. 14 "Week Kin I Report," Omaha. Nebraska. Evening World-Herald, Nov. 27, 1954. ' Fort II orth Stai Telegram. Nov. 30, 1954. 16 "No Time for Rash Action in East," Dallas Morning News, Nov. 28, 1954. 17 "Notes of a Contemporary," by Max Lerner, New York Post, Nov. 28, 1954. 18 "Senator Knowland's Foreign Policy," Christian Science Monitor, Dec. 1, 1954. 19Text of Secretary of Stale Dulles" Speech, New York Times, Nov. 30, 1954. 20 "Challenge to Freedom," by Secretary of State John Foster Dulles. Department of State Bulletin, May 24, 1954, p. 779. What they're saying . . • about FACTS FORUM Will you kindly send me a schedule of radio programs that you put on? I Bureh hope "they" don't put you off the air. And 1 also hope that we will be able to get your program from some station—it is not given to us here locally. Mrs. Edwina G. Garfield P. O. Box 915, West Palm Beach. Fla. ... insert my name in your subscribers* list for your worthy and most patriotic publication ... C. A. Branias P. 0. Box 3395, Carmel, Calif. . .. have always been a 100% American, but I see now that isn't enough. Since listening to your program on TV, I feel a person should do something about it. A great battle is being fought for the minds of men and. in view of all the "isms,"" 1 think we should promote Americanism—shout it from the housetops . . . G. Howell Rt. 2, Box 700, Texarkana, Texas . .. You are doing a fine work in helping to promote an enlightened citizenship. Thank you, and God bless you in your fine work. C. A. Cockrell Pecan Gap, Texas Here is my cheek for a year's subscription to Facts Forum News ... Someone just gave me my very first copy of this wonderful magazine ... Mrs. Paul \. Lingenfelter 161 Carrollton, Shreveport. La. Every Sunday we tune in on our radio to hear your Facts Forum. We thank you for the interesting facts presented to us which are very educational as well . . . Enclosed is a check for .. . the subscription rate quoted to us on the radio.... Miss Tsuruno Miyamoto 525 Kalanikoa St., Hilo, Hawaii ... I praise your magazine continuously, hoping more people will subscribe. It's the only magazine of its kind. Mrs. Laura A. Milne Marblehead, Ohio ... thought the talk on communism ... was most informing... America's future is my concern today. Madolene C. Wilson 2759 E. 3rd St., Long Beach 14, Calif. ... You are doing a great work in sending this material over the air weekly. Your program is a "must" for me, and I strive to gel as many others to listen in as possible... Alfred Aiken 413 W. 53rd St., New York 19, N. Y. ... a great program! Wish we had a few more of that caliber. You are to be congratulated Mrs. Glen Turner 912 S. 9th Ave., Marshalltown, Iowa Page 39
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